Economic liberty is a ‘negative’ freedom, defined as lack of interference or coercion by others in an individual’s economic decisions. Personal choice, voluntary exchanges, access to markets, and protection of persons and their property from aggressions are its constitutive elements. [Read more…]
Human wellbeing is widely viewed as a multidimensional phenomenon, in which income is only one facet. Human development, originally defined as a process of enlarging people’s choices, namely, enjoying a healthy life, acquiring knowledge… [Read more…]
Female Entrepreneurs: Adding a new perspective to economic growth Patricia Gabaldón
Men and women are facing different challenges when starting their own companies. The book “Female Entrepreneurs: Adding a new perspective to economic growth” analyzes the opportunities and barriers women endeavor differentially when they think and create their own businesses, together with the effects they create in their social and economic environment. In this book, Patricia Gabaldon, offers a new perspective of economic development from the creation of wealth that comes from female entrepreneurs.